Alumni gather at the Back-to-School picnic

Welcome to the St. Bede the Venerable School Alumni Page. One of the strengths of St. Bede School is the long-standing connection families have made over the past 50 years. Alumni return to enroll their children as second-generation St. Bede students.  As alumni, you are an important part of this school’s rich history and its future.

Please join the St. Bede School Alumni Community. In the future we would like to notify alumni about special events and create an alumni directory for you to network with one another. Please download the Alumni Information Form at right and return it to the school office or click on the Online Alumni Information form and send it electronically. Your information will never be shared outside the St. Bede School community and other alumni.

As alumni of St. Bede School, we invite you to remain active in the school. There are many ways to participate:  volunteer for a committee at school (see Volunteering tab at left), support one of the school fundraisers (see Fundraising tab at left), show your Charger pride and spread the word that St. Bede School still offers a quality Catholic education, or make a donation to the school. If you would like to speak with someone about becoming more active at the school or are in the area and would like to take a tour of the school, please contact Mr. Valente at (818) 790-7884 or email him at

Gift Giving for Future Generations

Alumni giving is especially meaningful to St. Bede School because it demonstrates to our community the gratitude alumni feel for the blessing of their Catholic education.   Alumnae benefited from the generosity of previous generations while they were a student at St. Bede.  Now, as alumnae, your gifts giving  provide a foundation for current and future generations of St. Bede children to receive the same quality education you received.  The cumulative impact of alumni gifts encourages a culture of philanthropy that will help to sustain the school long into the future.

Thank you for visiting this page. Please visit the rest of the school web site and see how students today are learning to Act justly, love tenderly and walk humbly with our God (Micah 3:8).